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I would think not ... - anon

Posted: Oct 19th, 2021 - 6:48 pm In Reply to: Self-employment rule with Social Security - Susan@TRL

This is from the SS site below:

"2. When Services Of More Than 45 Hours A Month In A Business Are Not Substantial
In spite of the time devoted to business, services are not substantial if:

the person's monthly earnings are readily determinable (e.g. personal service type SE involving no significant investment), and

the person's gross earnings, figured on a time basis, for services in a month are equal to or less than the monthly exempt amount, and

there is no evidence to the contrary.

This exception to the 45-hour rule has limited application since in most SE, the monthly earnings are not readily determinable."

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